Ohio rapper Ace Grand expresses his distress on life and trying to keep his faith strong.
When life doesn’t hand you opportunities, you make your own. The North Columbus rapper, Ace Grand, drops off his newest record “Faith” where he openly raps about his adversities and trying to stay above water. “The song came about from me spending majority of my time working my minimum wage job instead of working on my music because I need money. So there was conflict between the two and a dope song came from it!” says Ace Grand.
The track produced by Derelle Rideout has a nice jazzy feel to it which is joined by QNas and singer Eileen Pace. “I released a track that I’m honestly shocked about. I’ve been wanting to make a song with a female artist for the longest but couldn’t find any in my city,” states Ace Grand. There isn’t any word on an upcoming project, but make sure you take a listen to the record below